• Mid-Term Election Results

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    WHITE COUNTY, Ga.- The voters of White County have placed their votes and this is the result for the mid-term elections in White County. White County Board of Education District 2 and District 4, Enotah Justical Circuit District Attorney, Upper Chattahoochee River Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor, County Commissioner District 2 and 3, House […]

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  • Herschel Walker Campaigns in Cleveland

    WHITE COUNTY, Ga.- Herschel Walker, Lt. Colonel Michael Steel, Morgan Ortagus and Senator Lindsey Graham made a campaign stop in Cleveland on Oct. 26. Herschel Walker is running for Senate in Georgia against incumbent Raphael Warnock. Walker won the primary election in May making him the Republican candidate. Before the May election, Walker had a […]

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  • Last Day to Register to Vote In Georgia

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    LUMPKIN COUNTY, Ga.- Tuesday, Oct. 11 is the final day to register to vote in Georgia for the Nov. elections. To vote in the Nov. election it is important to be registered by the deadline. To check your voter status or to register go to https://registertovote.sos.ga.gov/GAOLVR/welcometoga.do#no-back-button. Early voting will take place beginning Oct. 17 through Nov. […]

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  • Warrior Wellness Center Ribbon Cutting

    WHITE COUNTY, Ga.- The White County Board of Education partnered with MedLink to bring the first school-based wellness center to White County and it had its ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct. 7. Superintendent Dr. Laurie Burkett and MedLink CEO Dave Ward spoke before gathering all school system and MedLink employees present for the ribbon cutting. The […]

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  • Board Reviews Policy Update

    WHITE COUNTY, Ga.- The White County Board of Education reviewed an update to policy BCBI and reviewed the procedures outlined in the policy at the work session on Sept. 27. Assistant Superintendent Scott Justus presented the board with the Sept. ESPLOST also at the meeting. Superintendent Dr. Laurie Burkett spoke briefly about the Ribbon Cutting […]

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  • Board of Education Regular Meeting Sept. 29

    WHITE COUNTY, Ga.- The White County Board of Education will be holding its regular September meeting on Sept. 29 at 6:00 p.m. The meeting is open to the public. This is the agenda for the meeting.   Public Participation Requests Order of Business   Call to Order, Missy Jarrard, Chair Invocation, Pastor Jamie Hudgins, Cleveland Methodist Church […]

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  • Board of Education Work Session Sept. 27

    WHITE COUNTY, Ga.- The White County Board of Education is holding their September work session on Sept. 27 beginning at 8:00 a.m. The work session is open to the public. This is the agenda for the work session. No Public Participation Requests                  Order of Business Call to Order, Missy Jarrard, Board Chair Invocation Approve Agenda […]

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  • Commission Reviews Hotel Proposal

    HELEN, Ga.- The Helen Commissioners heard and took action, for a hotel that JT Gangwall is proposing for 8770 North Main Street. The commissioners also voted to award a contract for the Lift Station project during the meeting. Mayor Fred Garmon presented Finance Officer Mona Wood with an award. Gangwall has already been approved to […]

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  • Helen Commissioners Meeting Sept. 20

    HELEN, Ga.- The Helen Commissioners are holding their monthly meeting on Sept. 20 at 10:00 a.m. at City Hall. The meeting is open to the public. This is the agenda for the meeting. CALL TO ORDER BY MAYOR 2. ROLL CALL BY CITY CLERK MARILYN CHASTAIN 3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG 4. APPROVAL […]

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  • Council Says Yes to Rezoning for New Townhomes

    CLEVELAND, Ga.- The Cleveland City Council voted to approve the rezoning request by Skye Construction and Development in order for them to build 27 Townhomes off Angel Lane. Parcel C01C-006/007 is approximately 4.83 acres and was zoned R1 residential. Skye Construction owned by Destin Bennett requested a zoning change to Planned Unit Development (PUD) in […]

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  • City Council Meeting Sept. 12

    CLEVELAND, Ga.- The Cleveland City Council will be meeting on Sept. 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Community Center located at the Police Department. The meeting is open to the public. This is the agenda for the meeting. Call to Order 2. Invocation – Jamie Hudgins, Cleveland United Methodist Church 3. Pledge of Allegiance […]

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  • City Council Sept. 6

    CLEVELAND, Ga.- The Cleveland City Council is meeting on Sept. 6 at 6:30 p.m., this is a day later than usual due to the Labor Day holiday. The city council meeting is open to the public. This is the agenda for the meeting.  Call to Order  Invocation Jamie Hudgins, Cleveland United Methodist Church   Pledge of […]

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  • August ESPLOST Request Approved

    WHITE COUNTY, Ga.- The White County Board of Education approved the August ESPLOST request that Assistant Superintendent Scott Justus presented to the board at their work session on Tuesday, Aug. 23. The board also approved the first reading of the new policies that will sit on the table for 30 days before being voted on. […]

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  • Council Holds Second Millage Hearing Update: Vote Taken

    CLEVELAND, Ga.- The Cleveland City Council held its second millage rate hearing on Aug. 23 at 9:00 a.m., the third and final one will take place on Aug. 23 at 6:30 p.m. City Administrator Kevin Harris presented the council with another option for the millage rate. At the first meeting, he recommended a rate of […]

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  • Board of Education Approves Millage Rollback

    WHITE COUNTY, Ga.- The White County Board of Education voted to approve the FY22 millage rate rollback at their work session. At the work session, Assistant Superintendent Scott Justus presented this month’s ESPLOST request and the Aug. construction update. Cindy Free presented the board with two new policy updates that will be tabled for 30 […]

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  • Special Called Public Hearings Aug. 23

    CLEVELAND, Ga.- The Cleveland City Council will be holding two public meetings and a special call meeting on Aug. 23 to give the public an opportunity to discuss the millage rate. The public meetings will be at 9:00 a.m., and 6:30 p.m. The special call meeting will begin at 6:45 p.m. The meetings are open […]

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